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-in-chief of the papers of george washington, explores the mythologies created to transform the first american president into a national symbol. it's about 55 minutes. [applause] >> good afternoon and thanks to all of you for coming. we at the washington papers are in the business of preserving and transcribing and publishing all of washington's letters, so you can imagine our surprise a number of years ago when we received a letter from george washington. [laughter] written to us. and he was alive and well and living, where else, but in cincinnati. [laughter] actually, it was a gentleman who claimed to be the reincarnation of george washington who -- [laughter] was eager and willing to offer us his help in understanding the great man's life. well, some time after that a group of very well dressed individuals came into our office, and be our then-editor-in-chief, bill abbott, met with them. and they said they had some materials and information pertaining to george washington that they'd be delighted to share with us and to help us out. so they seemed to be very respectful -- respectable, so he invited
, professor, with bush -- booker t. washington. >> that, of course, is an important thing in the book and something that has been talked about at great lengths in the literature and also is important. when one thinks about the history, activism and african-american political thought, john mearsheimer devotes an entire chapter to washington. so washington, of course, was the most prominent and influential african american political force at the time. and he really did, which is why john mearsheimer thought he had to take washington on. so i mean, to summarize, washington got that african american social progress really required that african americans developed virtues appropriate and that they could put aside this struggle. the response by du bois, you cannot put aside the struggle. and in essence -- in essence he argued against washington. there will be no success if african-americans, you cannot separate these agendas. there is a deeper issue which is often ignored which is the issue related to the struggle over lead. what is the leader or group that is going to emerge as the leaders
on "washington week." >> you got hit by a truck. it's going to take a while for you to mend and that's what's happened to our economy. gwen: hard news to spin. slower than expected job growth as unemployment creeps up. >> we've wasted $2 trillion and what have we gotten for it? gwen: is this issue going to decide the 2012 election? >> i'm mitt romney. i believe in america, and i'm running for president of the united states. gwen: or do republicans have to sort out their primary challengers first? >> the field isn't set yet. gwen: or might it all depend on whether congress and the white house can agree to reduce debt? >> the question is where's the in the >> we simply disagree. gwen: we sort through what matters with the reporters covering the week, deborah solomon of "the wall street journal," jeff zeleny of "the new york times" and john harwood of cnbc and "new york times." >> award-winning reporting and analysis, covering history as it happens. live from our nation's capital, this is "washington week" with gwen ifill, produced in association with "national journal." corporate funding is p
afghanistan? tonight on "washington week." gwen: could the week have gotten any crazier? one candidate's campaign advisers quit en masse. >> we had a strategic disagreement about how to run a campaign. gwen: another decides to skip the summer's biggest political test, and a high-profile member of congress reveals too much online and confesses too late. >> i've exchanged messages and photos of an explicit nature with about six women over the last three years. >> this really just violates his relationship with his constituents and i call for his resignation. gwen: meanwhile, things are deadly serious in afghanistan. >> we're not out to clearly create a shiny city on a hill. that is not going to happen. but there needs to be progress. gwen: will u.s. troops ever be able to leave? covering the week -- john dickerson of "slate magazine" and cbs news, karen tumulty of "the washington post," and james kitfield of "national journal." >> award-winning reporting and analysis, covering history as it happens. live, from our nation's capitol, this is "washington week" with gwen ifill, produced in a
manager units adjacent to the new booker t. washington community center. as a local finance agency, we typically provide feasibility work and make-up financing requests, the bulk of the local contribution. already providing the initial predestined element loan the estimate is that it will be approximately $7 million for housing. is believed that echolocation with it the community center will be a huge asset. our office was in discussions for a 49 union. looking at the feasibility, primarily because of the operations and the cash flow would go back to your one. however, with capitalized operating reserve, that project could be feasible. making that proposal, we realize we could potentially provide an additional financing. however, more units of affordable housing and i am happy to answer any questions. an analysis of smaller projects would require the city do put in what? another $1 million? >> these numbers are preliminary. but we estimate, based on current budget, $500,000 and more. supervisor mirkarimi: if additional funds are needed to fund a reduced development because the redu
right now. this could become a mural for booker t. washington. but we break down this massing and this fifth floor really can't be seen from the pink house here. and then addressing the rear yard, we have planners that surround the backyard and we're going to soften that with privacy screens, maybe bamboo and also, once again with the channel glass, this has an s.t.c. rating of 42. which, if off loud noise that starts at about 08. so coming through 42 wall. f.t.c. rating of 42, will end up with a rating of under 5 5. this will be a significant improvement from what's there right now. so -- any questions? president chiu: colleagues, any questions? any final part of the presentation? time is still ticking so -- >> good evening, supervisors. i know many of you have seen enough of me over the past few months, but booker t. is really trying to move into the 21th century by dealing with the need that are in san francisco right now and in our strategic planning session what we figured is that there was a real need for transitional age, youth, housing and support services and we have
and on this street even see both artsy washington to the right. there is a sloping that comes down about 10.5 feet on our property, coming down a two- story to 10 1/3 willing. you can hear -- thank you. so, this is the existing building for poker to washington. -- booker t. washington. as we look at the larger block, there are more they are coming up in -- at the other side -- the bus yard. down further, we have jaycee see and the fire station without their residents 0 block here. as you can see her on film, this diagram described as the historic pattern of san francisco from street with to building height ratio. typically you will see one: one. so, our ratio from the point of booker t. washington, coming up from 45 to 59. presidio we have an 8 foot wide thoroughfare. as we look upon the building, you can see that we are just trying to accentuate the top dog of the of the site and pushed the massing towards the larger revenue. you can see that from presidio ave. looking from the back, we have a 13 foot 6 inch and again, 136 m 59. as you can see, the leading edge of the building is actually taking
washington, we don't have some foreign creditor to finance deficits spending either. [applause] last month, texas made sure that frivolous lawsuits have even less chance of strangling job creation as we passed loser pays. it is lawsuit reform in the state of texas [applause] . to make sure that votes are never canceled out by illegal votes, we instituted a photo i.d. required and for every voter. [applause] when it comes to voting, one of the most precious, most powerful freedoms that we have, it is precious to us. don't you think it is fair to apply at least the same standard required to get a library card or to board an airplane? [applause] our legislators also protected the sanctity of life with a bill that requires a sonogram on those contemplating abortion. [applause] think about this for just a second -- when liberals talk about protecting our most vulnerable population, i don't understand why there will not include the most vulnerable, those innocent, unborn children. when it comes to conservative social issues, it saddens me when sometimes my fellow republicans duck and cover in th
to know. can you access the pentagon lot? it does not look like it. police activity on washington boulevard. there is your answer. thenope, you cannot access the exit for the pentagon lot from the hov lane. police activity on washington boulevard according to arlington police. 395 is open. we will get more details and come back in less than 10 minutes. >> thank you. a dark and stormy night drop the d.c. region with heavy storms and lightning moved to the area. a chance of more severe weather later today. >> storms are planned for a number of power outages throughout the area. authorities are saying a lightning strike may have caused a fire that heavily damaged this clinton home. no reports of injuries, but heavy rain and caused flooding in fairfax county. authorities closed prosperity avenue after a car became stuck in the water there. >>> for the latest on the weather alerts any time, log onto wjla.com. >> looking at the day had last night's storms will not stop play for resuming at the u.s. open at congressional country club in bethesda. rory mcilroy is curly the leader. we'll h
investment in the future. last question. i've given you everything i can. >> perfect segue. "the washington post" argued president obama is ideologically the equivalent of an early 1990's moderate republican. do you think that's accurate, and do you think there is a way that progressives can fully lay out a more coherent financial world view? >> that's harsh on him, calling anybody republican, kind of mean. [laughter] you know, but there's an interesting point buried in that statement. there is another spectacular book you should read by matt miller called the 2% solution. in the sort of early parts of that book, he goes through -- matt miller is also a writer for "the washington post" and writes another book the tyranny of dead ideas that came out about a year ago. he compares and i think the 2% solution the sort of health care plans being proposed by john kerry and me because i don't know, george bush. that shows you when the book was written, to the health care plans proposed by president nixon. president nixon had a more extensive social welfare program than john kerry. john kerry is on
to the south of washington. although there are a few sprinkles in loudoun county, frederick county, maryland. but most of the rain activity is southeast of washington in charles, st. mary's, calvert, there's shower activity drifting off to the north-northeast. and lower eastern shore, they're getting showers, southern maryland along the atlantic beaches, southern delaware, drifting northeast and away from the metro area. right now temperatures near 70 in washington. in the nearby suburbs in prince george's county, it's in the upper 60s. near 70 in arlington. much of montgomery and fairfax counties now in the 60s. low and mid-60s along the blue ridge, shenandoah valley, panhandle of west virginia. much of northern west virginia, it's only in the upper 50s on this monday morning. quite a change. we'll have a warm front coming in later today bringing in more humidity. as it does. we may have a passing thunder shower by later this afternoon. maybe a lingering shower this morning. those areas mainly south and east of washington. otherwise, a cloudy morning. some sun breaking out midday and during
curtain. tonight on "washington week." >> anyone of the people on this stage would be a better president than president obama. >> we're going to win. make no mistake about it. i want to announce today, president obama is a one-term president. >> has he done one thing right when it comes to the economy in this country? >> that's a tough question. gwen: agreed. republicans want to beat president obama. unclear, who gets to do it. some at least are taking aim at mitt romney. >> he was involved in developing it and laid the groundwork for obamacare and continues to this day to defend it. gwen: what's true and what's not? tonight, we give you just the facts. and we explain why a deficit-cutting budget deal may be closer than it seems. >> failing to raise the debt ceiling in a timely way would be self-defeating. gwen: plus we connect the dots at the pentagon. from the budget to libya to nato. covering the week, dan balz of "the washington post." james barnes of "national journal." michael duffy of "time" magazine. and nancy youssef of mcclatchy newspapers. >> award-winning reporting and analys
brought up. so these are photographs of the neighborhood, and you see we have booker t. washington here on the left and these are photographs of presidio av. to the north we have a larger building with larger units. a four-story building here and then a four-story building down at the other end of the block. then on our block, next to the project, we have smaller two-story buildings and then at the end of the second block you'll see here -- we have another four-story building. so these are looking down sutter. and directly across from our project, right here. if you can see this building here. this is a four-story building. another four-story building and another four-story building coming down the sidewalk and then we have a mix of other houses. one and two-story buildings and also three-story buildings. and you can see on the other side of the block, this is booker t. washington to the right. coming down we have three-story buildings on top of half-garage expressions. and then look down post street, this is where we have three-story buildings and smaller two-story buildings over garag
'll tell you why the washington monument is two different colors. >>> we are the p.s. 22 chorus, and you're watching "teen kids news." [ cheers ] >> and it all starts right now on "teen kids news." ♪ >>> welcome to "teen kids news," i'm mwanzaa. >> and i'm jessica. here's our top story for this week. our oceans are in danger. and it's our fault. humans pollute, endanger species by over-fishing, and develop communities too close to the water. as we continue our series on "saving the ocean," felipe tells us we can all do something to help turn the tide. >> we call it planet earth. but david helvarg says we should call it planet ocean. after all, water covers more than 70% of the globe. >> and we get so much from the ocean in terms of recreation and transportation, trade, energy and just that sense of awe and wonder of being part of this great blue marble that i think it's only sensible that we give something back. >> reporter: david is the president of blue frontier, an environmental organization. he wrote this book, "50 ways to save the ocean." >> the first of the 50 ways to save the oc
far. if you're traveling on 395 northbound, you're not going to be able to take this washington boulevard ramp. it's closed for police activity. i want to show you a camera here now. earlier, just a minute ago, there was a cop car right here, and i did see some emergency vehicles. there it is right there. not sure if you can make it out, but i've been watching this all morning. just want to you know of this as you're making your way on 395. let's check out the springfield interchange. it's looking pretty good. in maryland, here we go. this is 270 and shady grove road. you are picking up volume on 270 south. eun and joe, back to you. >>> 6:03. a traffic alert in northern virginia where traffic on route 7 is being diverted. megan mcgrath is live there now with what's going on. megan, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, eun. not a great situation during rush hour. route 7 is closed. you can see the detour here. we're standing on the overpass over the beltway. but the entire road closed in both directions between ramada road and towers crescent drive. not a good situation for c
>> live and in hd, this is abc 7 news "washington weekly. " >> is 90 days since president obama called for military operations in libya. he has refused to get congressional approval. >> for 90 days, barack obama has engaged the u.s. military in a mission in libya to move gadaffi. the decision has divided washington. under the war powers resolution he must get congressional approval after 90 days of hostilities. >> spending $10 million a day to drop bombs on his compound. >> the white house says that there are no ground forces fighting in libya. a top democrat says that the u.s. is engaged in hostilities and congress needs to sign off. >> make it clear that the hostilities by remote control are still hostilities. >> robert gates, who said the libya conflict is not of vital national interest does not believe that the president is breaking the law. >> i now believe that he has complied with the law consistently in a manner with all of this predecessors and he is not breaking any new ground. >> john mccain will offer a resolution in support of the mission. >> if khadafi remains in p
, que ayuda a beneficiarios en 1 clinica comunitaria en washington, cree que el sitio ayudara a que medicare deje de ser sub- utilizado por los hispanos mayores. "comenzar por lo basico. que es los requisitos de elegibilidad. mucha gente es elegible y no se da cuenta que es elegible. por lo que hablabamos, por las barreras del lenguaje, por la pena porque no pregunta." los beneficiarios de medicare podran ahora tener mas acceso a informacion sobre nuevas iniciativas como por ejemplo 1 programa que incentiva a la tercera edad a hacer visitas anuales al medico para asi prevenir enfermedades cronicas. desde washington, se presento ante una corte por vandalizar mas de 20- vehiculos... yonatan melaku residente de alexandria debio presentarse a corte en el condado de loudon por cargos de hurto mayor... el comportamiento de melaku al ser observado actuando sospechosamente en el cementerio nacional, provoco masivos cierres de avenidas y un amplio despliegue de agentes del orden publico... melaku no enfrenta cargos federales por el momento pero autoridades sostienen que con
, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >> straight ahead, a developing story. a woman is dead after 10-story fall from a famous washington hotel. good morning, washington. it's thursday, june 30. thanks for waking up with us. i am cynne simpson. >> i am greta kreuz. restart with meteorologist adam caskey. good morning. >>> good morning. a comfortable start to the day with clear skies and low humidity. temperatures have plunged into they 60's and upper 50's. 59 in cumberland. a great start to the day. temperatures will drop a few more degrees before sunrise. mostly sunny skies today. high temperatures in the mid to upper 80's. near 90 degrees tomorrow, a total sunshine. well into the 90's by sunday. for the fourth of july, near 90 degrees with humidity. tens of storms on sunday and again in the middle of next week. you need to water the lawn and garden. there's no chance of rain until sunday. pretty isolated in nature. now to lisa baden. >>> not much saponin all the roads. maryland traffic is off to a great start. 270. 95 of southern maryland is quiet spirit looks good at the beltway an
of this out the painful business of governing by negotiation, actual governing, it was under way in washington. >> what we're about in this house is trying to exhibit real leadership. and what the president, i think, needs to understand is economic growth is not a government program. >> the end goal is not to simply reduce the deficit and cut the debt to g.d.p. ratio because those are worthy goals in and of themselves. the goal is to strengthen our economy. gwen: now, that's what was being said in front of the blue curtain or the little whuse logo. -- white house logo. but guess what? things might be moving. >> i'll say something people say a lot in washington. this was a really interesting week. in the complex world of debt reduction talks. and even though we don't really know what's going on behind the scenes in these three meetings that took place on capitol hill this week between democrats and republicans to try to cut $2 trillion, maybe more, out of the budget over the next 10 years, what was going on outside those meetings was like ice breaking. ice cracking for the first time. and let's
>> and the royal couple heads to washington. >> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >> good morning, washington. it's thursday, the last day of doom. i am greta kreuz. >> i am cynne simpson. good morning. we begin with traffic and weather every ten minutes. lisa baden in a moment. first, meteorologist adam caskey. -- it's the last day of june. >>> it's going to be warm humid. it will be on the weekend. 60 degrees right now in olney. prince frederick, 65. here's a look at the forecast for today. a lot of sunshine, highs in the mid 80's. up here 80's closer to culpeper and fredericksburg. comfortable tonight with temperatures in the upper 50's in outlying areas. total sunshine model. near 90. >>>96 and muggy on sunday. >>> 66, 95, 395 looks good. here's the greenway and the toll road, and esteban 7 between sterling and tysons. -- a nice trip on seven. 29 southbound, there was an accident but traffic is getting through. back to you. >> thank you. >>> 5:01. new this morning a deadly plunge from the top of a popular d.c. hotel. >> it happened late last nig
a completely new perspective on the founding fathers. so george washington who i had known as a revolutionary hero, first president of the united states but what i didn't know was that he was more likely to talk about trees and the merits of plows rather than about politics. thomas jefferson, once i'd seen monticello i realized just what a revolutionary gardener he was and then there was james madison, father of the constitution, brilliant legal mind but what i didn't know was that he's actually the forgotten father of american environmentalism because he tried to rally the americans to protect nature and the forest. and then there was john adams, american ambassador in paris and london. what i didn't know was he also was a passionate gardener but that he also went on a garden tour in england with thomas jefferson. and then another little slight of george washington on his plantation. so all four of them really regarded themselves as gardeners and not as politicians. when you read their letters almost every single letter will mention at some stage, gardens, harvest times -- they are talking a
in virginia. giving you the green light in maryland between washington and baltimore. still looks good on the greenway, the toll road, 66, and 270 leading father hurley boulevard down to the beltway. here we are in frederick out of montgomery county moving at speed. back to a news. >>> we begin with breaking news from northwest washington. police are investigating an overnight shooting. a man was shot several times at 7th and l streets. he is hospitalized. police do not have any suspect or motive in the shooting. >>> the man at the center of the d.c. hiring scandal is speaking out. today former a mayoral candidate sulaiman brown is expected to testify to the city council. >> e says that he was paid by the vincent gray campaign to verbally attack adrian fenty. he said that he has the text approve it. jummy olabanji is live in northwest and joins us with a preview. good morning. >> good morning. sulaiman brown says that he is ready to testify and he has. this weekend gave copies of money orders to the washington post which show he was paid by members of vincent gray's campaign during las
washington" continues right now. >> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >> good morning, washington. it is 6:00 on this thursday, june 9. i am scott thuman. glad to have you with us. >> i am pamela brown time for traffic and weather every ten minutes. we will check in with lisa baden in a moment. we begin with adam caskey? to talk about the big story today, which is another day of vi -- of heat. >>> we broke records yesterday. back in the upper 90's. gradually cooling over the next few days. 80 degrees downtown at the moment in arlington. 77 in mclean, virginia, 80 at college park, 74 in la plata. very muggy outside to start the day. dew points in the low to mid 70's. it will feel like 100-105. heat advisory today is from noon until 8:00. >>> it has been complicated for virginia commuters. we go live to northbound 395. accident at washington boulevard in the hov lanes. two lanes are getting by. that is a little better. let's go to the back up and see how far that goes. this is king street. let's see if it is as far back as landmark and the duke street, that's bad
>>> a car plunges into the potomac river. "good morning washington" begins right now. >>> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington." captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >>> time to rise and shine. we begin with the traffic and weather every 10 minutes. first, here's our meteorologist. steve we are off to a warm start. >> already in the lower to middle seventies across most of the area. will only get warmer as the morning ours wear on. the cloud cover will keep our temperatures cooler than anticipated. satellite and radar. we have showers across the potomac highlands and the shenandoah valley. super doppler radar. no thunder and lightning but grabbed the umbrella. he may need it later on this afternoon with highest temperatures approaching the mid to upper 80's to lower 90's. tonight, 67-75 degrees. tomorrow 88-93. let's get a check on this morning's rush hour commute. >>> an interesting morning. we have vehicles fire taking care of at the university boulevard. route 11 good. connecticut avenue near the beltway, we had a crash reported. norm
. "good morning washington" continues right now. >> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >> good morning, washington. it's thursday, june 30. i am greta kreuz. >> i am cynne simpson. good morning. time for traffic and weather. we will check in with lisa baden for traffic, but we start with meteorologist adam caskey with another beautiful day. >> a wonderful start today in the upper 50's in some outlying areas. tropical storm arlene made landfall this morning along the northeastern coast of mexico as a tropical storm. 66 in southeast d.c., 61 in martinsburg. 61 in damascus. huntingtown at 62. total sunshine today with high temperatures in the mid 80's with low humidity. higher temperatures out of the metro in the upper 80's near culpeper and southern maryland. same-store tomorrow, sunshine, low humidity. it will be a little warmer. cranking up the heat and humidity tomorrow. >>> traffic on the roads heating up. in virginia there's a stalled car in the hov lanes. they should have that out of the way quickly. but found 95 and 295, that's the only thing we ha
>>> welcome to the washington area's nissan sports extra. >> good evening, i'm lindsey murphy and welcome to nissan sports extra. coming up the trash talking continues as the nba finals start to wind down. plus the virginia baseball team is on cruise control in the ncaa. but first, let's head out west. it was time for the nationals to make a change. a lineup change, that is. today jason worth was penciled in the leadoff spot. hit 9th and pitcher john lanen 8th. had a collected 267 on base percentage. worst in the majors by 12 points. >>> so did the shakeup help tonight against the padres? the nats wearing throwbacks. ryan ludwig, but no cigar. the first run of the game. gets a double. two batters later, wilson at the plate and he rockets one up the middle. the base hit would score, the nats up 2-0. they go on to win 2-1 for the second straight day. bruce earns his 14th save. >> orioles hosting the rays. bottom 6. o's down one. and for the second time in this game, he knocks one out of the yard. this one going some 420 feet into center field. and the o's take a 4-3 lead. now t
this itself. >> students came from george washington, and it was wonderful to have them on a panel. people from the school board, those who have been painting for years, some conservative errors from the getty. to have them tell us about the works of their school was important. it represents african-american artists to during the 20's and 30's used an incredible body of work. it is one of the most incredible works of art in the city, bar none. it is a huge mural of incredible works. >> the san francisco civic arts collection has been in existence since the turn of the century. it consists of everything from monument to golden gate park to market street, other works in the collection, from the wpa era, the quite tower, the works from the george washington high school. we have the contemporary education, where they depict some of the vocational arts that were taught at george washington high school. what is interesting is the artist's and corp. of some of the -- incorporation of some of the architectural elements. they used the speaker from the p a system as part of the design. on the opposi
, booker t. washington decided to pursue this project for affordable housing. it definitely, i would say, in these economic times, is to be applauded, considering there is not much housing being built. transitional use and general affordable housing, i would say that it is something commendable and something that the planning commission echoed as part of their deliberations. >> to get a greater feel of the surrounding area, i know that we have diagrams, but it is important for this to be laid out. what is across the street, to the left, the right, the back, is a bit more descriptive of what the area is like on the presidio blocked. i know that across the street we have a muni building. five, six stories? >> it is a two-story building, but i believe it is also a three story building. across the street is in a location where the a lot of different neighborhood districts come together. if you are speaking to urban form, it is located at the top of a hill. it kind of reflects the national typography of the site. supervisor mirkarimi: are there any other buildings juxtaposed that are four, fi
telenoticias washington en alta definición. >> nitza: muy buenas noches y gracias por acompáñanos una vez más en telenoticias washington última edición. iniciamos más informativo. >>vinculan al hombre que provocó bloqueos de tráfico película por tiroteos perpetrados en la misma zona el año pasado. Éste provocó caos en el área del pentágono luego de ser encontrado pasado viernes en el cementerio de arlington con una mochila, medios locales dicen que evidencia forense relaciona con varios tiroteos cerca de las instalaciones militares del pentágono una estación de reclutamiento. actualmente está bajo custodia de las autoridades por una causa no relacionada. en el sureste de washington un concurrido por los que trabajan en el congreso. departamento de bomberos apagó las llamas en el edificio de la avenida pennsylvania. el lugar es considerado una institución los trabajadores del área. el fuego comenzó en el área de la cocina y los daños fueron moderados. - esta vez no son malas noticias, compañía eléctrica lleva como un simulacro para medir el nivel de respuest
and received into the catholic church by the cardinal. the archdiocese of washington says st. luke's hasn't lost any members due to the decision to convert. >> for me it means i'm coming home. i was raised roman catholic, and i left the faith, ain my 20s. >> st. luke's is under the care of the archdiocese of washington. catholic leaders say before long they plan to create the equivalent of a national archdiocese for anglo catholics. in the newsroom, i'm chris gordon, news 4. >>> still ahead on news 4 this week, beating the heat. pat collins shows us some interesting ways that people are staying cool in the summertime. >>> and a stress solution for you. how a local doctor is helping patients calm and control their nerves with the-a little bitty machine next. man: we need a sofa. something i can stretch out on! woman: ooh... that will go with those lamps my mother gave us. or we could get some new lamps. or we could get no sofa. negotiating, eh? you got it! in land o' lakes spreadable butter with canola oil, there are just three natural ingredients. sweet cream,anola oil and salt. discover
been a part of booker t. washington since third grade. i am now in college. i grew up in district 5. i have not seen many educational facilities such as property washington. booker t. has supported me throughout my years with a safe, nurturing, and loving environment. i would like to see them expand so that they can give youth the same opportunities i had. >> thank you. >> i have been with booker t. continues. the community is wonderful. the kids are wonderful. it is time for us to get a bigger building and space. we have a lot of new faces. it would be better for the kids. >> thank you, very much. we really appreciate it. [applause] thank you for your patience, like everybody else. let's resume the speakers' list. come on up. those people have been patiently waiting. thank you. >> good afternoon. i am a legislative affairs officer with the san francisco youth commission. in 2005, the commission noticed the lack of housing for youth and asked the mayor to have a task force. he did so. this task force then advised the mayor's office of housing to create 400 new units by 2015. the member
secundaria george mason y para los votantes de washington dc, maryland y otros estados de la region, en la escuela intermedia ellen henderson ... ambos colegios se encuentran en el 7124 leesburg pike, en falls church, virginia... se recomienda utilizar la linea naranja vendran aumentos en las rutas de peaje hacia el puente de la bahia de chesapeake en maryland, tuneles en baltimore, y otras rutas.. los aumentos de dos dolares con cincuenta centavos a cinco dolares a partir del primero de octubre, fueron aprobados hoy por la autoridades de transporte de maryland... las rutas de una via en el tunel harbor, el fort mchenry y el key bridge aumentaran de dos dolares a tres... los fondos recaudados son necesarios para un grupo de organizaciones civiles del estado de georgia, presentÓ hoy una demanda contra la ley estatal hb87, considerada por los demandantes como una copia de la ley implementada recientemente en arizona.... la legislacion permite a las autoridades locales indagar el estatus migratorio de una persona y penaliza a quienes alberguen o transporten a indocumentados... la oficina d
washington that we will be following up for you arba man found with duct tape wrapped around his head. i'm joe krebs >> and i'm eun yang. 70 degrees out there. you can tell it's a soggy start to your work week. rain around the region. it's going to feel like summer again too. >> a limp hair day too. no comment on you. >> it is limp. >> mine is a little bit. >>> the humidity is with us as we've had the rain coming in since yesterday. thankfully, it waited to come in so we could get in the u.s. open in bethesda without any interruption yesterday. now, yes, it's raining throughout most of the region. reagan national now. it's near 70 and raining there as well as much of montgomery, arlington, fairfax, and prince george's counties. a little bit of break in the rain in loudoun county, washington, fauquier. farther to the east-southeast is what's coming down a little harder, northern neck, southern maryland, and eastern shore. we are near 70 throughout most of the region. and upper 60s to mid-60s in the shenandoah valley and the mountains. drippy sky over washington. that rain continuing to fa
and into washington county and maryland. that's drifting up into pennsylvania. and temperatures are mild and muggy on this thursday morning. right now, in the upper 70s, to near 80 right near washington and by the bay. elsewhere, we're in the mid 70s. from the eastern shore all the way to the blue ridge. there's our eastern horizon. the sun's been up since 5:44. that was sunrise. it's being blocked by those clouds on the eastern horizon. by 9:00 around 80, a little sunshine in and out during the afternoon. and we will hit the upper 80s by mid afternoon. late afternoon into early evening, a few isolated storms popping up and just a slight risk that a storm would be severe with perhaps some damaging winds or hail. and that may linger into this evening. we'll take a look at your night planner. that will be coming up in about ten minutes, at about 6:11. now let's check the thursday morning commute. danella sealock, how's it looking now? >> well, i have a report of a disabled vehicle on 66 east right as you are approaching nutly. here it is right now. i want to give you a look at 66 east right now. i a
is larry griffin. i am on the board of the booker t. washington center. i am here to speak in favor of the project. i am a native of san francisco and the western addition. a first set foot in booker t. washington in 1962 with my father who was doing volunteer basketball coaching. this is a very important project not just to the african-american community but the community of san francisco as a whole. the idea of transitional housing for youth, if you go down to mcalester and market or any parts of the tenderloin, you will see where a lot of foster youth and a graduate in two. they really do not have places to go to. it is really important. there's a lack of affordable housing in the city. this is a good project. it is a win-win for everybody. i understand the concerns of neighbors. i would be more concerned about a muni bar in my neighborhood than booker t. washington center. i hope you vote to approve this. thank you for your time. supervisor mirkarimi: come on up if i have called you. >> my name is donald clark. i was in foster care from 11 to 19. my transition from foster care w
farrell's this in and compromise of the 41-unit building. we all support booker t. washington. we support affordable housing and transitional housing as well. those nine units might be a transitional or low-income units. those could be made up in another project. the conformity of the neighborhood is key. another side note i wanted to make is that the gymnasium in its current location is -- [tone!] 1 basketball net will be flipped. it will be infringing on several backyard neighborhoods -- neighborhood backyards. it will affect the sunlight reaching some solar panels as well. we urge you to support supervisor farrell's compromise. bring the neighbors and community center to make it together to make a wonderful organization we know it can be. [tone!] >> thank you. next speaker, please. >> good afternoon. my name is hannah. i live on sutter directly across the street from booker t. i am in favor of the 45-foot compromise. the thing i am concerned about that no one has raised is solar. there is a building with solar panels a couple of buildings down. my understanding is that they will probab
of the board. i'm the attorney -- members of the board. i'm the attorney for booker t. washington. ly keep my notes short. i would also like to point out that i have submitted into the record extensive letters on both the e.i.r. as well as the c.u. let me just say to begin with very briefly on the preapproval process, this project went before the planning commission and the e.i.r., the environmental review applications was submitted first in 2006. the department published a notice of determination that an e.i.r. would be required in 2008. then they began the draft e.i.r. process and that was accomplished on june 23 -- published on june 23, 2010. so the appellant can hardly say that somehow this project was preapproved because the mayor's office of housing decided to make some grand money to do predevelopment activity. up cannot do an environmental impact report without any money. you cannot do an environmental impact report without an architectural plan or elevation for the department to analyze and that is the money that was loaned to booker t. by the mayors over housing so that they can mak
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